Mr Michael Murray
This person does not currently hold a position at QUT.
BiographyMichael is an insolvency law specialist with a long history of practice, professional work and writing and commentating in that and related fields. He is presently an Adjunct Professor at QUT Law School, working with Professor Rosalind Mason, where he gives advice on research and law reform projects to staff and students. He is also involved with the Business School in its economic perspective on aspects of insolvency and business conduct. His other roles include
- co-author of Keay's Insolvency (with Professor Jason Harris), 10th ed, 2018, Thomson Reuters;
- an editor of the Insolvency Law Journal, Thomson Reuters;
- legal commentator through Murrays Legal Commentary - www.murrayslegal.com.au
- nominee of the Attorney-General on bankruptcy registration and disciplines committees under the Bankruptcy Act.
Field of Research code, Australian and New Zealand Standard Research Classification (ANZSRC), 2008
Professional memberships and associations
INSOL International INSOL Academics Group IAN (Insolvency Academics Network) Fellow of the UNCITRAL National Coordinating Committee Australia (UNCCA) Fellow and Director of the Australian Academy of Law Member BFSLA
Michael taught postgraduate insolvency law and practice to LLM and MEc students at the University of Sydney from 2001-2003. He teaches as a guest lecturer at UTS and the University of Sydney to insolvency undergraduate students. He regularly given presentations and workshops to insolvency practitioners and lawyers, here an internationally. He gives guidance and assistance to students at QUT, and other students as referred, from undergraduate through to PhD level.
Michael has instructed counsel and appeared as counsel in matters before the Federal Court, the Supreme Courts and the AAT. He has also appeared to give evidence before several parliamentary inquiries.